What Do You Most Want to Say?

fearless-writing

In a recent creative book by the man who wrote fearless writing – I loved what he advised to writers.

In a section on message he said you must ask yourself “What Do You Most Want to Say?” at every turn.

Instead of waffling on vaguely he recommends really getting to the nub of what you want to convey.

So – I apply the same thoughts to my watercoloyrs as well as my writing.

What do you most want to say about a specific creative endeavour at the moment?

 

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